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We offer a broad range of professional engineering services and customer support including:
- End-to-end design (concept to production) and CAD modeling for product development and prototyping
- 3D scanning and CAD modeling for reverse engineering
- Conversion of MRI/CT scan to CAD file for modeling and print
- Design stress testing to ensure design meets specified parameters for strength, wear, efficiency, etc.
- Redesign of solid objects into strong, lightweight, hollow-core or lattice supported structures
- CAD file repair and debugging using Netfabb
- Post purchase technical support for printer operation and materials
- Small volume production (<1000 units)
DESIGN AND CAD MODELING
Whether it’s a concept drawn on the back of an envelope, a complex two-dimensional drawing or a 3D CAD file, our engineers can help bring ideas to life. We use four software products for optimal results, Solidworks for designing, modeling, optimization, testing and debugging. Netfabb for designing and modeling strong, lightweight hollow-core and lattice structures. Mimics for converting MRI/CT images into CAD files for manipulation and printing. Inspire enables design engineers, product designers, and architects to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily. Working with these software tools our highly trained engineers will optimize designs to get the most out of the Additive Manufacturing process.
Whether it is designing a part from the ground up or redesigning an existing part, our designers take full advantage of the benefits of Additive Manufacturing. We improved the efficiency of this manifold by changing its geometry to optimize flow of air thereby improving performance. Our objective is to make every part as efficient as possible for its intended use, such as the flow of air or liquid, heat transfer, rigidity or flexibility, tensile strength and weight versus structural soundness.
We can reverse engineer almost any part using 3D and/or CT scanning to accurately capture data that can be modified with CAD software. Then, with 3D printing we can fabricate a new part with improved design elements. An example is this 1917 Harley Davidson cylinder head which was put through a CT scanner. Using Mimics software a CAD file was created and Solidworks was then used to eliminate the weak places inherent in the original design.